At Home with Elaine Griffin
I’ve been wanting to feature ELAINE GRIFFIN on Zavvi Rodaine for some time now, so when I finally read the May issue of Elle Decor I was thrilled to see Elaine’s Harlem brownstone featured. You are going to love Elaine’s mix of high and low to create a warm and welcoming home for her husband, Michael McGarry, who she met through online dating. You’ll have to pick up the issue of Elle Decor to see how things progressed for those two, it’s a really cute story.
Elaine has been a prominent New York interior designer for over a decade and her work has been featured in O at Home and the New York Times. In her book, Design Rules, Elaine shares decorating and styling tips emphasizing her design credo that “it’s pretentious to decorate a home based solely on [designer] names.”
High: Louis XV dining chairs from Paris. Low: IKEA dining table.
High: Artwork by Hunt Slonem and Josef Albers in the living room.
Low: A Go-Cart steel desk from CB2 in Elaine’s office.
High: A chair in Tony Duquette fabric. Low: Urns from HomeGoods.
High: A mix of Matouk & Signoria bed linens. Low: Shades of Light lamp.
High: Vintage art and encyclopedia collections.
Low: Vika desk and Tobias lucite chair from IKEA.
Photos: Joshua McHugh for Elle Decor
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